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Kristie Hamilton

Kristie Hamilton, Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, teaches in the Literary Studies and Modern Studies Programs of the Department of English. She has published essays and reviews on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American literature and rural women’s history.

Listed in: Literary Criticism · American Literature · Literary Studies

Cover of 'America’s Sketchbook'

America’s Sketchbook
The Cultural Life of a Nineteenth-Century Literary Genre
By Kristie Hamilton

America’s Sketchbook recaptures the drama of nineteenth-century American cultural life, placing at its center a genre—the literary sketch—more available than the novel, less governable by the critical establishment, and shot through with the tensions and types of local and national culture-making.

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